I headed up yesterday. Multiple wash outs on Bartlett Lake road with debris on the way in as far as Horseshoe Lake road. Then again on the way into the Yellow Cliffs launch. A grader was out on my way in which cleared Bartlett Lake road, but it was still pretty bad on the Yellow Cliffs access when I left at 6. Lake was down probably another two feet from when I was there a couple of weeks ago. Debris on the water everywhere, including some pretty big logs, so be aware of that. Most of the big stuff was between Alder Cove and Yellow Cliffs. Uplake is like chocolate soup. San Carlos style visibility. Water was clearer as soon as you get past the bend at SB cove. I only made it that way into Alder Cove, so not to sure how it was further down. Water surface temps were 61 to 64 through out the day. Started up in the river channel near the island and worked my way back down through cat bay all the way to alder cove. Tried various things, trolling minnows vertical/ long lining jigs/ casting jigs shallow/minnows on bobbers. Ended up with one nice male crappie finally about 430 vertically trolling minnows in about 13 FOW. Bite was very light, as I missed a couple trolling with jigs, and my line started swimming away from the boat when I got this one. I only had him in the live well for an hour, as I hoped to find more, but when I let him go he was pitch black. The shad were getting busted all over in the river channel, from 20 feet up to the shorelines.